Birla Institute of Technology M.Sc Entrance Test (BIT MET) is an entrance test conducted at national level conducted by Birla Institute of Technology (BITs). It is conducted for admission in a postgraduate programme - Master of Science (M.Sc), in BITs.
Syllabus for BIT MET
Syllabus for Birla Institute of Technology M.Sc Entrance Test (BIT MET) consists of academic curriculum of Bachelor’s degree with relevant subjects and candidate who seeks admission in postgraduate level courses can mainly study for the topics given below.
HCF and LCM of numbers, decimal fractions, simplification, square root and cube root, percentages, ratio and proportion, chain rule, time and work, time and distance, profit and loss, simple interest and compound interest, area of plane figures, volume and area of solid figures, clocks, stocks and shares, true discount, bankers discount, odd man out and series, problems on ages. Differentiation, Integration, Differential Equation, Matrices and Determinants.
Logical reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and graphical reasoning
English Language and Comprehension:
Vocabulary, grammar, punctuation, passive, nouns, adjectives, verbs and proverbs, articles direct and indirect speech, Clause Correction, Comprehension, Synonyms, Antonyms, Fill in the Blanks and Reconstruction Of Sentences, sentence formation, adverbs, reading comprehension, verbal reasoning and verbal ability
Syllabus for Biological Sciences:
Systems of classification, Theory and practice of sterilization, Definition of growth, Structure and function of biomolecules, DNA replication, Metabolism and bioenergetics, Cell structure, organization, Principles, methods of selection, hybridization, heterosis, General account of economically and medicinally important plants, Nature and classification of plant diseases, Comparative physiology, Animal cell metabolism and regulation, Immunology, Embryonic development
Syllabus for Computer Science:
Computer Basics, Data Representation, Computer Architecture, Computer Language, Flow chart and Algorithms, Operating Systems, Digital Electronics.
Syllabus for Earth and Environmental Sciences:
Environmental Science, Climatology, major atmospheric pollutants, Information Technology, Techniques of Geo Spatial Analysis, Types, characteristics and uses, Remote sensing and geographical information system (GIS), GPS, Aerial photographs and imagery, stages in remote sensing data acquisition, platform & sensors and data products
Syllabus for Electronics & Instrumentation:
Semiconductors, Number systems, Definitions in Instrumentation, Introduction to microprocessor, Introduction to acquisition of Bio-signals
Syllabus for Physics:
Classical Mechanics, Electromagnetism, Optics and Wave Phenomena, Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Atomic Physics, Special Relativity, Nuclear Physics, Solids and Semiconductor Devices
Syllabus for Commercial Mathematics:
Fundamentals of Probability, Measure of central tendency, Measure of dispersion, Correlation coefficient, Regression
Syllabus for Chemistry:
Physical, Organic, Inorganic, Thermochemistry, Electrochemistry, method of preparation, physical and chemical properties and aromatic compounds aromaticity, Chemical bonding: ionic, covalent, hybridization, LCAO treatment
Syllabus for Natural Resource and Agricultural Science:
Agriculture, Forestry, Soil, Irrigation and Drainage, Concepts in Resources, Allocation of natural resources and measuring resource scarcity Resources classification systems, natural and cultural resources.